Necessity is the mother of invention and at Foam Cycle, we found the solution you've been waiting for.....
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They say it can't be recycled.
We're here to prove them wrong. Our innovative and patent-pending Foam Cycle container recycling system allows counties, municipalities, schools, colleges and businesses to collect, recycle, process and market Expanded Polystyrene (EPS #6 ) – also known as EPS, PS, Styrofoam or simply Foam.
"The Foam Cycle recycling system has provided a tool for managing a difficult material at the Sussex County MUA Landfill. Collection and processing of the EPS was seamlessly integrated into the daily operations. County residents and businesses are excited to finally have a location they can bring their foam to be recycled"
- Reenee Casapulla
Sussex County MUA
All Weather Unit
Sunshine or snow, our Foam Cycle unit allows for the outside storage and processing of EPS Foam. Our beautifully designed unit will help enhance any municipal recycling center, school or university and proudly announces that EPS Foam recycling takes place here.
Safe, Strong, Secure.
Our Foam Cycle unit allows you to process EPS Foam in a secure environment preventing unauthorized users from accessing the equipment or product. The Foam Cycle unit is a specially designed ISO certified shipping container built new to our specifications. ISO or intermodal containers define a container that meets size, strength, and durability requirements along with structural integrity suitable for multiple transportation methods such as truck, rail, or ship so you know it’s built strong.
The Foam Cycle unit is exclusively equipped with a leading manufacturer’s compact and versatile foam densifier machine capable of volume reducing your collected EPS Foam from 90-1. Hourly processing rates vary per model and range from 50 lbs. to 200 lbs. per hour. All of our densifier models come with on-site training, full warranties and are easy to maintain.
Each Foam Cycle container comes equipped with inside lighting, built in exhaust fan and comes fully wired for an easy outside electrical connection. Also included is one RecycleBin brand Foam Collection container and extra collection bags. Lastly and equally as important, each Foam cycle container comes with our 100% support with recycling collection information and hand out suggestions to insure that your foam collection program is successful!
Foam Cycle has partnered with RecyclingBin to include one of their durable and stylish all weather Foam Collection Bins with our Foam Cycle Container. This bin is a great way to collect and transport EPS foam from one or more locations on your site to the Foam Cycle Container for processing.
Foam Cycle is an authorized RecycleTech dealer. RecycleTech is a leading manufacturer of high quality EPS foam densifying equipment. Our Foam Cycle Container can come with either RecycleTech model XT-70 or XT-200. Direct sales of all RecycleTech model densifiers are available through our sales department.
When you contact us, a Foam Cycle team member will be assigned to personally work with you to review your EPS recycling goals and discuss the benefits and cost of the Foam Cycle container. We can also provide you with the location of a county recycling facility were a Foam Cycle container and EPS recycling program is currently underway so you can see it in action for yourself. We work with you to choose a site location, discuss the equipment requirements and schedule your delivery.
When the Foam Cycle container arrives, our team member will be at your site to oversee the container's delivery, electrical connection, provide densifier machine training and help set up your Foam Collection Bin(s).
Foam Cycle can also assist you with the marketing of the condensed EPS foam generated from the foam densifier machine which is called an "ingot". These ingots are a valued material and used primarily as feedstock for picture frame manufacturers. One particular molding company and an endorser of the Foam Cycle container program is the Princeton Molding Group which is located in New Jersey. You can read more about them here.